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After 'Unit 1421': an exploratory study into female students' attitudes and behaviours towards binge drinking at Leeds University.

Abstract Binge drinking has been highlighted as a growing problem in the UK, particularly amongst females aged 18-25 years. University of Leeds is situated within a population that has one of the highest reported statistics of binge drinking in the UK. In September 2006, the 'Unit 1421' campaign was launched at University of Leeds with the aim to promoted sensible drinking amongst students. The aim of this study is to explore female perspectives on binge drinking and on 'Unit 1421' campaign in the University of Leeds.
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Journal Title journal of public health (oxford, england)
Publication Year Start
%A Carpenter, Rhiannon; Fishlock, Adelle; Mulroy, Ann; Oxley, Beth; Russell, Kate; Salter, Claire; Williams, Nicole; Heffernan, Catherine
%T After 'Unit 1421': an exploratory study into female students' attitudes and behaviours towards binge drinking at Leeds University.
%J Journal of public health (Oxford, England), vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 8-13
%D 03/2008
%V 30
%N 1
%M eng
%B Binge drinking has been highlighted as a growing problem in the UK, particularly amongst females aged 18-25 years. University of Leeds is situated within a population that has one of the highest reported statistics of binge drinking in the UK. In September 2006, the 'Unit 1421' campaign was launched at University of Leeds with the aim to promoted sensible drinking amongst students. The aim of this study is to explore female perspectives on binge drinking and on 'Unit 1421' campaign in the University of Leeds.
%K Adolescent, Adult, Alcohol Drinking, Alcoholic Intoxication, Alcoholism, Focus Groups, Great Britain, Health Behavior, Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice, Humans, Male, Perception, Pilot Projects, Prevalence, Risk-Taking, Students, Universities
%P 8
%L 13
%Y 10.1093/pubmed/fdm083
%W PHY
%G AUTHOR
%R 2008.......30....8C

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abstract="Binge drinking has been highlighted as a growing problem in the UK, particularly amongst females aged 18-25 years. University of Leeds is situated within a population that has one of the highest reported statistics of binge drinking in the UK. In September 2006, the 'Unit 1421' campaign was launched at University of Leeds with the aim to promoted sensible drinking amongst students. The aim of this study is to explore female perspectives on binge drinking and on 'Unit 1421' campaign in the University of Leeds.",
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%T After 'Unit 1421': an exploratory study into female students' attitudes and behaviours towards binge drinking at Leeds University.
%A Carpenter, Rhiannon
%A Fishlock, Adelle
%A Mulroy, Ann
%A Oxley, Beth
%A Russell, Kate
%A Salter, Claire
%A Williams, Nicole
%A Heffernan, Catherine
%J Journal of public health (Oxford, England)
%D 2008
%8 Mar 21
%V 30
%N 1
%@ 1741-3850
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%F Carpenter2008
%X Binge drinking has been highlighted as a growing problem in the UK, particularly amongst females aged 18-25 years. University of Leeds is situated within a population that has one of the highest reported statistics of binge drinking in the UK. In September 2006, the 'Unit 1421' campaign was launched at University of Leeds with the aim to promoted sensible drinking amongst students. The aim of this study is to explore female perspectives on binge drinking and on 'Unit 1421' campaign in the University of Leeds.
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%K Adult
%K Alcohol Drinking
%K Alcoholic Intoxication
%K Alcoholism
%K Focus Groups
%K Great Britain
%K Health Behavior
%K Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
%K Humans
%K Male
%K Perception
%K Pilot Projects
%K Prevalence
%K Risk-Taking
%K Students
%K Universities
%U http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdm083
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%P 8-13

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AU Carpenter, R
   Fishlock, A
   Mulroy, A
   Oxley, B
   Russell, K
   Salter, C
   Williams, N
   Heffernan, C
TI After 'Unit 1421': an exploratory study into female students' attitudes and behaviours towards binge drinking at Leeds University.
SO Journal of public health (Oxford, England)
JI J Public Health (Oxf)
PD Mar
PY 2008
BP 8
EP 13
VL 30
IS 1
DI 10.1093/pubmed/fdm083
LA eng
DE Adolescent; Adult; Alcohol Drinking; Alcoholic Intoxication; Alcoholism; Focus Groups; Great Britain; Health Behavior; Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice; Humans; Male; Perception; Pilot Projects; Prevalence; Risk-Taking; Students; Universities
AB Binge drinking has been highlighted as a growing problem in the UK, particularly amongst females aged 18-25 years. University of Leeds is situated within a population that has one of the highest reported statistics of binge drinking in the UK. In September 2006, the 'Unit 1421' campaign was launched at University of Leeds with the aim to promoted sensible drinking amongst students. The aim of this study is to explore female perspectives on binge drinking and on 'Unit 1421' campaign in the University of Leeds.
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DP  - 2008 Mar
TI  - After 'Unit 1421': an exploratory study into female students' attitudes and
      behaviours towards binge drinking at Leeds University.
PG  - 8-13
AB  - BACKGROUND: Binge drinking has been highlighted as a growing problem in the UK,
      particularly amongst females aged 18-25 years. University of Leeds is situated
      within a population that has one of the highest reported statistics of binge
      drinking in the UK. In September 2006, the 'Unit 1421' campaign was launched at
      University of Leeds with the aim to promoted sensible drinking amongst students. 
      The aim of this study is to explore female perspectives on binge drinking and on 
      'Unit 1421' campaign in the University of Leeds. METHODS: Using a purposive
      sample, two focus groups were conducted with 12 female students aged 18-23 years 
      within university grounds. Participants were recruited via email and poster
      advertisements on campus. RESULTS: Four main themes emerged from the data: (i)
      lay perception of binge drinking; (ii) pressures of matching the drinking
      patterns of male peers; (iii) student rite of passage; (iv) evaluation of the
      'Unit 1421' campaign. CONCLUSION: The social context of student life impacts
      greatly upon students' choices to binge drink. The norms, beliefs and morals
      governing student culture and the use of alcohol to assert identity should be
      considered when tailoring health promotion efforts to this target audience.
      Larger qualitative and ultimately quantitative studies are warranted to
      extrapolate and test the social pressures on drinking in this age group.
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AD  - University of Leeds Medical School, Leeds, UK.
FAU - Fishlock, Adelle
AU  - Fishlock A
FAU - Mulroy, Ann
AU  - Mulroy A
FAU - Oxley, Beth
AU  - Oxley B
FAU - Russell, Kate
AU  - Russell K
FAU - Salter, Claire
AU  - Salter C
FAU - Williams, Nicole
AU  - Williams N
FAU - Heffernan, Catherine
AU  - Heffernan C
LA  - eng
PT  - Journal Article
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TA  - J Public Health (Oxf)
JT  - Journal of public health (Oxford, England)
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MH  - Adult
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MH  - Alcoholic Intoxication/*epidemiology
MH  - Alcoholism
MH  - Focus Groups
MH  - Great Britain
MH  - *Health Behavior
MH  - *Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
MH  - Humans
MH  - Male
MH  - Perception
MH  - Pilot Projects
MH  - Prevalence
MH  - Risk-Taking
MH  - *Students
MH  - *Universities
EDAT- 2007/12/25 09:00
MHDA- 2008/03/20 09:00
CRDT- 2007/12/25 09:00
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